The online poker industry has experienced a significant boom over the past few years, and with this has come an increased interest from new players.
Not wanting to risk any monetary damage when starting out on the live and virtual tables, players are starting to take their education in the game much more seriously.
Ebooks offer a new way for players to interact with poker literature, allowing users to browse and download a large amount of reccomended reading before playing for real money.
Here are some of the most comprehensive poker guides currently available on the ebook market:
How I Made My First Million From Poker by Tri “SlowHabit” Nguyen
£6.39 for Kindle Edition
Credited with creating the poker ebook market, Tri “SlowHabit” Nguyen reveals the secrets and stratergies to becoming a succesful high-stakes poker player.
This ebook explores a huge selection of vital lessons, including how to avoid tilt, how to escape downswings, the concept of “No Free Showdown” and much more.
Wih over 50 advanced tactics, How I made My First Million From Poker will teach you that you don’t need a high IQ or math skills to win in Las Vegas, online or even just against your friends and families.
Every Hand Revealed by Gus Hansen
£8.76 for Kindle Edition
Gus Hansen is a world-famous poker pro, member of the Full Tilt Poker Professionals and one of the biggest names in the industry. Renowned for his fearless and aggressive style of play, Hansen reveals his tactics behind all his famous tournament hands.
Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, Every Hand Revealed will teach you the games most coveted secrets, such as how to call large bets with seemingly unplayable hands, when to raise out of position with garbage holdings and how the prize structure should influence how you play.
Building a Bankroll by Pawel Nazarewicz
£17.28 for Kindle Edition
As online poker becomes progressively harder, Pawel Nazarewicz proves that it is still possible to work your way up to a fortune on the virtual felt. In 2010, starting on micro-stakes, Nazarewicz turned $100 into $10,000 in only 120 days.
In this book you will learn all the building blocks necesarry to building up a signifcant bankroll.
Achieve long term success as a poker player by mastering the seven fundamental concepts covered in the book: accept variance, manage your bankroll, develop reads, play solid, stay on your A-game, put in the hours and remain a student.
Quantum Poker by Derric Haynie
£20.62 for Kindle Edition
Delve into the best poker theory available and define how to make the best in-game decisions by employing unprecedented methods.
Quantum Poker sums up everything you need to know about the game and ties together basic and advanced concepts in the “Unified Theory of Poker”.
This is one of the most comprehensive and in detail poker texts available. Whilst most of the examples in the book are of NLHE, Quantum Poker will help you to improve your overall performance. Learn everything from hand range and cominatorical analysis to equity distrubition by street and all the necessarry tools you require.
Reading Poker Tells by Zachary Elwood
£6.99 for Kindle Edition
Praised as the best book on poker tells by amateur and professionals alike, Reading Poker Tells catalogs the most common behavioral patterns in the game.
Zachary Elwood provides you with a mental framework, which will allow you to analyse and remember vital tells.
Learn how to recognise everything from facial expressions, body posture, physical gestures and even verbal statements which could give your opponents hand away.
You can also improve your poker face, with tips on general poker psychology, including deception and manipulation as well as methods for becoming an “unreadable” player.